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strauss-kahn faces a judge. >>> hello, i'm don scott. >> and i'm jessica kartalija former head of the international monetary fund is pleading not guilty. here's the latest for wjz. >> reporter: dominique strauss- kahn walked out of a manhattan courtroom with his wife as a crowd yelled, shame on you. the shouting came from a group of about 50 hotel maids who gathered outside to show their support for the alleged victim. >> you believe her? >> yes. >> reporter: inside, the former head of the international monetary fund looked relaxed after pleading not guilty to attempted rape and sexual assault of a manhattan hotel maid. the maid says when she went into to clean the suit, he chased her down. her lawyer says she'll testify if the case goes to trial. >> the victim is a hard working, single mother. >> reporter: the case moves to the pretrail phase. after that, the judge will set a trial date. evidence against dominique strauss-kahn is getting stronger sources tell cbs news that his dna was found on the uniform of the maid. his attorneys are trying to defend that the sex was con sen
into this picturesque border. >>> more details about the rest of the former imf, dominique strauss-kahn. prosecutors say he tried to claim diplomatic immunity when he was arrested on suspicion of the attempted rape of a hotel made last month. strauss, strongly denies the charges and is on bail awaiting trial. steve kingston is in washington with the latest. >> his lawyers may say that he formally did not do that through them. what seems to have happened, according to transcripts of conversations between strauss, and and some of the people who detained him and questioned him, what seems to have happened it is the police detained him as he attempted to board the air france flight to paris at new york's jfk kennedy airport. they wanted to question him in connection with the incident at the hotel. at that point, one of the officers according to the transcript produced handcuffs. dominique strauss-kahn said, "is that necessary? i have diplomatic immunity." they asked for his passport was. he said it was not in the passport, he has a second passport, and then he asked to speak to someone from the front's cons
. the statement from dominique strauss-kahn, what he allegedly told investigators. >>> a fight erupts outside a courthouse. >>> and the sun is shining, but that may not be the case for too much longer. tim williams is updating the forecast as we speak. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> newly released court documents are giving insight into dominique strauss-kahn. the head of the international monetary fund declared he had diplomate thick immunity when officers first arrested him. he later backed off and asked for a lawyer. he is facing rape charges, is currently free on bond. >>> a tense scene outside a courthouse in orlando, florida, where the casey anthony trial is taking place. tempers clearly boiling over after someone tried to cut in line. nobody was arrested. spectators frequently line up hours in advance trying to get a seat inside. >>> a vote legalizing same-sex marriage in new york state could come as early as today. it already passed the state assembly. if the bill makes it through the senate and on to the floor larks vote is expect -- a vote is expected to be passed. >>> still ahead on wjz ey
with anger, dominique strauss-kahn is back in a new york city courtroom. throngs of hotel angry workers are waiting for him. >> reporter: he's lead to shouts of shame on you. the chanting came from dozens of maids who were there to show their disaprove for the man and their support for the maid he's accused of assaulting. >> reporter: the 62-year-old pleaded not guilty criminal counts including attempted rape. his dna was found on the hotel maid's uniform. his strategy may be that any sex was consensual. >> reporter: the attorney for the 32-year-old victim says that the single mother is ready to tell her story. she'll come into the courthouse and get on the stand and tell the world what dominique strauss-kahn did to her. >> reporter: since the news about dominique strauss-kahn broke last month. more hotel workers came forward to report problems with guests. i'm astounded about how many incidents they've had with customers who have behaved inappropriately. >> reporter: the maids all told me they feel unsafe. >> you have to be careful nowadays. >> reporter: he's free on $25 million bail.
. >>> dominique strauss-kahn is expected to plead not guilty to sex assault charges. >>> and a pre-k picasso. the art world's newest sensation and she's just four years old. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, june 6th, this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, june 6th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown. we begin in arizona. firefighters are battling three major wildfires this morning, 2300 firefighters are attacking the largest blaze called the wallow fire. it's burned at least 184,000 acres. that makes it the third largest in arizona state history. two other big fires have burned another 122,000 acres. heavy smoke is being pushed. the wallow fire has forced the evacuation of several small towns. kpho has more. >> reporter: this man owns a home and the latest word is the fire is headed right toward him. >> started creeping closer and closer. they were building spot fires trying to back burn it, and i don't know if it worked or not. >> reporter: the slightly calmer winds early sunday morning allowed hot shot crews on the gr
, dominique strauss-kahn is expected to plead not guilty to charges that he sexually assaulted a hotel maid. >>> apple's ceo steve jobs returns to public view after being on medical leave. jobs has battled through pancreatic cancer and a subsequent liver transplant. today, he'll help unveil apple's next generation of software. >>> a fast-moving wildfire in northern arizona has chased more than 2,000 people from their homes. strong winds, dry weather, they have pushed the flames across more than 190,000 acres. >>> right now outside of a new york courthouse, an eye-catch g ing protest and a headline-grabbing case. a group of protesters is catching attention to this week's arraignment of dominique strauss-kahn. he's accused of preying on someone relatively powerless, a hotel maid, who says he sexually assaulted her. cnn's deborah feyerick is there. deb, what's going on today? >> reporter: well, martin, we can tell you that dominique strauss-kahn is inside the courtroom. he arrived about an hour before that formal arraignment on attempted rape and sexual misconduct. he stepped from a black suv
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. on monday, dominique strauss- kahn pleaded not guilty to charges that he tried to rape a hotel made last month. he is under house arrest in new york city. >> lawyers for dominique strauss-kahn say they intend to make the case that any sex between a banker and the accuser was consensual. his defense team is gathering evidence that they say will damage the woman's credibility. >> we will not comment substantively on any of the facts of this case outside the courtroom. we will do so in the courtroom. >> lawyers for the alllled of victims say their client will testify against the former banker in court. they say the woman is determined to protect her reputation. >> this whole approach is a distraction. >> it's just a long trial and nonstop media attention. whatever happens in the coming months, most observers agree that strauss con's career as a financial leader will never recover. >> armed groups have killed 122 members of security forces in an ambush in the northwest of the country. there has been no independent conduct of a nation -- confirmation of these reports. security forces have bee
, dominique strauss-kahn, has pleaded not guilty to charges that he sexually assaulted a new york city hotel maid. the french diplomat appeared in the state supreme court in manhattan today for the first time since was arrested and placed on $6 million bail and bond last month. manuel gallegus reports. >> reporter: dominique strauss- kahn walked out of a manhattan courtroom with his wife as a crowd yelled "shame on you." the shouting came from a group of about 50 hotel maids who had gathered outside to show their support for the alleged victim. >> reporter: you believe her. >> yeah, we believe her. >> reporter: inside the former head of the international monetary fund looked relaxed after pleading not guilty to multiple criminal charges, including attempted rape and sexual assault of a manhattan hotel maid. the 32-year-old maid says when she went in to clean strauss can's $3,000 a night suite he chased her down and forced her to perform a sex accident. her lawyer says she will testify if the case goes to trial. the victim is simply a hard working single mother. >> reporter: the case now move
details are emerging about the arrest of former imf head dominique strauss-kahn. strauss-kahn was taken into custody last month, charged with sexual assault on a new york hotel maid. according to court documents he was confused and asked detectives "what is this about?" he claimed he had diplomatic immunity and complained the handcuffs were too tight. >>> the financial and political turmoil in greece came to a head this morning with a major government reshuffling. greek deputy prime minister announced the cabinet changes including the appointment of a new finance and defense minister. tough new spending cuts sparked days of riots and strikes. >>> wildfires in the southwest are again gaining ground as temperatures soar and winds whip up. the huge wallow fire on the arizona/new mexico line is again threatening to force residents of several towns to evacuate, and evacuations are already under way at another arizona fire dubbed the monument fire. >>> just ahead on the "cbs morning news," could facebook be good for your health? maybe. we'll tell you more. >>> plus a scary moment for a kid on
monetary fund, dominique strauss-kahn was one of the world's most powerful men. he was also a french presidential front-runner until he was arrested last month, accused of assaulting a hotel maid. he has already appeared in court. today he will be charged with criminal charges, criminal rate, sex abuse, unlawful imprisonment, enforceable touching. his lawyers say he will deny all the charges. the 62-year-old was staying at this luxury hotel in new york when it is alleged he emerged naked from his room and attacked the maid, a 32-year-old woman from guinea. with no apparent witnesses, the case is likely to pivot on their conflicting testimony. both sides will have the next couple of months to outline their arguments and some of possible evidence before the judge set a trial date -- possibly in september. after a week in prison custody, dominique strauss-kahn was moved to a manhattan townhouse where he remains under electronic surveillance and watched by guards around the clock. the scandal has attracted enormous publicity in europe and the united states, making it extremely difficult
of sexual assault, dominique strauss-kahn. a report now on what tasks faced the new chief. >> christine lagarde and the head of the mexican central bank are now playing the waiting game as the board of the international monetary fund decides who to appoint to the top job. >> when it comes to picking the head of the imf, the u.s. has always voted for a european candidate. there's an unofficial an unwritten agreement between the two regions that while the u.s. holds the leadership of the world bank, european heads the sister organization, the imf. >> this time around, emerging economies have objected. during the presentation, christine lagarde said being french and european should be neither an advantage or a handicap to her candidacy. >> in some ways, it should be a handicap. it's not exactly europe's finest moment. the greek crisis has been mismanaged and the eurozone debt crisis in general. it's good to ask ourselves if the european candidate really deserves the position. >> dominique strauss-kahn had already overseen a shift in power that gave emerging markets greater say in how the i
for the top job and she will be succeeding dominique strauss- kahn who had to resign in the face of sex charges. top on her list is the crisis in the eurozone. >> we had jobs and lock in finance. christine is used to breaking glass ceilings. now she shudders another. the coming -- becoming the first female managing director of the international monetary fund. >> when i had the meeting at the imf it was a group of 24 administrators, not a single woman. when i found myself interviewed by these 24 men for three hours i thought it is good things change. everybody brings their own perspective. i am keen to do that. >> remain competitor was the mexican central bank governor. even he thought she was unstoppable. admitting during the race that it was like starting a soccer game with a five-nil score. >> it is difficult to break that tradition. europe thinks that it needs, it requires to have that in the institution. >> with the eurozone in crisis, europe has never relied more on the imf. the continent will be relieved to have one of its own in the top job. while that may be a selling point for
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in tokyo. amazing. dominique strauss-kahn strauss, the former managing director of the i.m.f., tried to claim diplomatic immunity when he was arrested last month on suspicion of attempted rape. that's one of the details of his arrest released in papers from prosecutors in new york, where mr. strauss-kahn is on bail awaiting trial. steve kingston has more. >> in court, he's exercised his right to silence, but we now know precisely what dominique strauss-kahn strauss said to the detectives who detained him at kennedy airport as he boarded a flight for paris. told that he was to be questioned over an incident at the hotel, mr. strauss-kahn responded, i have diplomatic immunity. the detective asked, where's your passport? mr. strauss-kahn replied, it's not in this passport, i have a second passport. can i speak with someone from the french consulate? but four hours later, his position changed. now at a police station, a detective said, i don't know if you have some kind of diplomatic status. mr. strauss-kahn replied, no, no, no, i'm not trying to use that, i just wanted to know if i need
arraigned on attempted rape and sexual abuse charges. dominique strauss-kahn is expected to plead not guilty to the alleged attack on a maid at new york city hotel. deb feyerick is following the latest developments live outside of the courthouse in lower manhattan this morning. hi, deb. >> hey there, kiran. we've been told even since this happened back in the middle of may, may 15th, that, in fact, dominique strauss-kahn would be pleading not guilty. his lawyers saying that evidence will suggest that, in fact, this was not a forced act that happened in the hotel room, but something bordering more along the lines of a consensual incident. now he is expected to be here at the courthouse today. this is where a lot of criminal cases are charged, sexual assault cases are tried. he's going to be leaving a nearby townhouse where he has been living for the past couple weeks. he has been busy preparing his legal defense. he has hired some of the best lawyers in the city including ben broadcaaftman and those law actually not too long ago, fired off a letter to the prosecutors saying that the police de
'll be hearing from anthony wiener at about 4:00 today here in new york. >>> fallen imf chief dominique strauss-kahn was back in court today entering a not guilty plea to sex crime charges. the embattled former head of the international monetary fund was med by a crowd of hotel maids all chanting "shame on you." >> shame on you! shame on you! shame on you! >> strauss-kahn is facing charges he sexual assaulted a maid at an upscale new york hotel last month. nbc's jeff rossen was at the courthouse for the proceedings and he joins us live from the newsroom. jeff, i understand the chanting was so loud you could actually hear them in the courtroom and i think that was something like 13 floors up. >> reporter: and there were about 100 to 150 of these hotel house keepers there, and i asked a couple of them why did you come out today? i mean, a lot of them took off work. there were people there from the hilton, the hyatt, all the big chains in the city and they said, twofold, a, they want to support their colleague, the alleged victim here, the hotel maid from the sofitel, but also they said many of them do
to court. disgraced former imf boss dominique strauss-kahn is headed to a manhattan courtroom today to face charges of sexually attacking a hotel maid. we'll tell you why his lawyers are investigating her life as well as her story early this monday morning, june 6th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. welcome to "the early show" here on a monday morning. i'm chris wragge. >> i'm erica hill. >> good to see you this morning. we want to get to our breaking news. at least five u.s. troops killed in iraq this morning. cbs news correspondent charlie d'agata is live with more. >> reporter: the u.s. embassy in baghdad would only confirm five u.s. personnel have been killed in an attack this morning. now local television reported that it may have been a rocket attack at a u.s. military base in baghdad. that is yet to be confirmed. thought to be the worst single attack in terms of casualties in at least two years. there are 47,000 u.s. servicemen still based in baghdad. mostly for training, not a security operation. the iraqi government is now working with the u.s. to decide whether tha
coming up in the coming minutes. do stay with us. the former head of the i.m.f., dominique strauss-kahn strauss, is due in court today to formally answer charges that he attempted to rape a hotel maid in new york. the 62-year-old frenchman is currently under house arrest. jane o'brien reports from washington. >> as head of the international monetary fund, dominique strauss-kahn strauss was one of the world's most powerful men. he was also a french presidential front runner until he was arrested last month, accused of assaulting a hotel maid. he's already appeared in court, but today he'll be charged with a criminal sex act, attempted rape, sex abuse, unlawful imprisonment, and forcible touching. his lawyers say he'll deny all the charges. the 62-year-old was staying at this luxury hotel in new york when it's alleged he emerged naked from his room and attacked the maid, a 32-year-old woman from ginee. with no apparent witnesses, the case is likely to pivot on their conflicting testimony. both sides will have the next couple of months to outline their argument and submit possible evidence
are in uncertain ty as far a the future. she's the favorite to succeed dominique strauss-kahn at the international monetary fund. we have this possible judiciary problem expecting her in the coming future. today, the judges of the court of justice of the french republic was supposed to take a decision, to decide to investigate or not into this judiciary problem, concerning this french businessman. today we would have known better what would be the chances for her to go on competing. now we are told, as i told you, the court of justice of the republic decided to postpone its decision. so it's foot going to help clarifying the decision in the future for christine lagarde. it might become a problem if they are not taking a decision before the end of june, as you said, a decision has to be taken concerning the successor to dominique strauss-kahn. >> but the fact of the matter is, that there is a case, a potential case, investigating her, that's bad press that the imf doesn't need and imf members don't want. the fact that it's out there is damaging enough, isn't it? >> yes. because once more we have th
they are telling the truth. >>> a lot of outrage in this country over the head of the imf. dominique strauss-kahn, accused of attempting to rape a hollywood hotel maid. why is the reaction a tad difference in france? this is "hardball" only on msnbc. ear. fact is, more dental professionals brush with an oral-b toothbrush than any other brush. trust the brush more dentists and hygienists use, oral-b. >>> well, three days after being released from the hospital down in houston, congresswoman gabrielle giffords is heading home to arizona. they are going to spend the father's day weekend with her family. kelly says he and giffords have been dreaming of this trip for a long time and that she misses tucson very much. no public appearances are planned. we'll be right back. down the hill? man: all right. we were actually thinking, maybe... we're going to hike up here, so we'll catch up with you guys. [ indistinct talking and laughter ] whew! i think it's worth it. working with a partner you can trust is always a good decision. massmutual. let our financial professionals help you reach your goals. on every
, you'll remember, three years ago and then later found dead. >>> in new york tomorrow dominique strauss-kahn is to be arraigned on sex crime charges. let's bring in our alison kosik. what can we expect, alison, on this? >> reporter: hi, martin. we are expecting dominique strauss-kahn to plead not guilty to the charges. you know, although that's what really begins the legal process for him, already it's been quite an ordeal. it's a story that created an immediate sensation. >> dominique strauss-kahn, the leader of the international monetary fund and a possible candidate for president of france, was arrested earlier this morning for the alleged sexual assault of a new york city hotel maid. >> reporter: the allegations were sordid. inside, 62-year-old strauss-kahn allegedly was naken in the bedroom and grabbed at the maid, chasing her through the seat. authorities say as she tried to escape he shut the door and allegedly forced himself on her. sexually assaulting her. >> reporter: a late-night perp walk horrified his french countrymen. the next day his lawyers proclaimed his innocence. >> he de
surveillance dominique strauss-kahn heads back to court tomorrow. the latest in this case. >>> still to come on "today," one 9-year-old boy's hot air balloon into the record books. >> plus, why sunscreen might not be enough to keep you safe. pro. >>> good morning. it is 7:26 on this sunday, june 5th. i'm aaron gilchrist. topping your news today, federal authorities are planning a review of the i-95 bus crash that killed four people last tuesday. it hit a cable barrier before landing upside down. investigators discovered the driver fell asleep at the while. the national review board is set to review chung's activities before the crash. meanwhile, the company that operates the bus tried to reopen and operate under a different name. it has subpoenaed the owner for documents possibly related to ticket sales. >>> about half an hour ago, the doors opened on a new grocery store in frederick, maryland. wegman's now open for business right off i-270 and u.s. 15. the store employs about 500 people. this store in frederick is a much anticipated opening. some 23,000 customers already signed up online fo
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. >> i am with the political action committee. i wanted to comment on this dominique strauss-kahn thing. this is proof that the imf does exist to screw people from the third world. the only solution that is viable is the policy of glass- stiegel, and and national policy of glass stickle. glass-stiegel needs to be put on the table now. i think that this board of supervisors should have a responsibility and that in order to protect their citizens, their constituents, they should be pushing for an and -- for nancy pelosi to be endorsing this legislation. barbara boxer and dianne feinstein should be pushing this legislation on the senate side of the congress. we cannot take this anymore. people will be held responsible for the deaths of people. we should help the people of our nation more, start becoming a productive nation again. thank you. >> supervisors. the overhead projector please. we have graffiti. . we took an aggressive action. this kind of falls into the broken window aspect of our neighborhood. this is a broken litter, it collects litter, it collects another broken window.
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and who else is vying for the job, log onto our website, wbaltv.com. former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn made his way to cordesman, where he pled not guilty on a sexual sort -- to court this morning, where he pled not guilty on sexual assault charges. investigators say he attacked a housekeeper in a new york hotel in may before boarding a plane bound for paris. meantime, here in the city, important school closures to pass along. 3 baltimore city schools have been closed due to a power outage. prince george's county police have yet to charge the driver in a weekend crash that killed three people. it happened sunday morning near the intersection of route 210 and wilson bridge road. police say a you can rear-ended a mazda 3. the driver of the mazda and two passengers died at the scene. >> the yukon failed to reduce its speed. that come up with him and being under the influence of alcohol, was one of the contributing factors. >> police say neither the driver of the yukon or the passenger were injured. a dog bit a woman friday night along the 700 block of paca street. she is listed in fair co
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, and dominique strauss- kahn was in a new york court room facing charges of attempted rape. he pleaded not guilty to assaulting a hotel maid. for more, i am joined by our business correspondent. what about the actual outside the court, some surprises there? >> there was a large crowd to greet him and his wife when they arrived. a bunch of hotel workers gathered outside, chanting shame on you as he arrived at the court room. for someone who was the former head of the international monetary fund, and also very high-ranking politician, this is not the usual kind of greeting. once he was inside, the charges were read against him and he pled not guilty. >> the made will take the stand. she will work -- appear in court? >> that is right. the lawyer spoke to the frenzy of media and said there had been some attempt of trying to snare her name and suggesting she was involved in some kind of conspiracy to bring him down and he said that was not the case and she would have her day in court and her story would be heard. >> a thing of stories, man allegedly behaving badly. tell us about the ludicrous case of
- market reform. today, and dominique strauss- kahn was in a new york court room facing charges of attempted rape. he pleaded not guilty to assaulting a hol id. for more, i am joined by our business correspondent. what about the actual outside the court, some surprises there? >> there was a large crowd to greet him and his wife when they arrived. a bunch of hotel workers gathered outside, chanting shame on you as he arrived at the court room. for someone who was the former head of the international monetary fund, and also very high-ranking politician, this is not the usual kind of greeting. once he was inside, the charges were read against him and he pled not guilty. >> the made will take the stand. she will work -- appear in court? >> that is right. the lawyer spoke to the frenzy of media and said there had been some attempt of trying to snare her name and suggesting she was involved in some kind of conspiracy to bring him down and he said that was not the case and she would have her day in court and her story would be heard. >> a thing of stories, man allegedly behaving badly.
not guilty to charges of sexual assault. dominique strauss-kahn was in court this morning facing several charges in connection with the election -- alleged sexual assault of a maid at a posh new york hotel. the former new york giants player plaxico burris is hoping for a fresh start. released from jail after two years on a gun carry charge. the gun went off in a manhattan club striking him in the five. -- thigh. a fast-moving fire forces hundreds of residents to flee their homes in arizona. the fire is the size of manhattan, known as the third largest blaze in state history. this man was forced to abandon his mountain cabin. >> i cried all of the way down. >> difficult time for residents there. today officials fear high winds and lightning strikes could start even more fires. they have been having a hard time in that part of the country. >> they get those dry thunderstorms out there. the lightning still shoes to the ground. >> my gosh. the situation. >> things are pretty mild look around here today. >> today is the key word. >> that is the mantra. right now we have scattered clouds. on t
greeted dominique strauss-kahn outside of the new york city courthouse today. he pled not guilty to several charges including sexually assaulting a hotel maid. he has maintained a low profile since the scandal broke but today hotel workers protested today in solidarity. >> you cannot overlook the dichotomy. an international power player being mocked by a mob of maids. dominate strauss-kahn pled not guilty to sexual assault charges before a judge in new york city. union hotel workers came by the busload to blast strauss-kahn. >> we are here to show support and show her that new york city is the wrong place to mess with hotel workers. >> the hotel worker works at the high end sofitel. the woman says strauss-kahn assault and her as she cleaned has a $3,000 per night suite. police arrested him before he boarded a plane to paris. >> our judgment is that there will be clear there was no element of forcible compulsion in this case whatsoever. >> the former global financial leader had been favored to become the next president of france. the maid is expected to testify. >> all of gemini s
strauss-kahn is due in court in a few hours. he is expected to plead not guilty when he is arraigned on charges he sexually assaulted a manhattan hotel maid. he has been on house arrest since a judge granted is $1 million bail. >>> former nfl star lacks a compariso -- plaxico burris will become a free man. he was put in jail for illegally firing a gun in a nightclub. >>> 4:39/ the miami heat have taken back on court advantage in the nba playoffs. >> exciting. hitting the game-winning shot was not lebron james this time. >> dechris bosh and knocked it down in the final minutes. dirk nowitzki could not convert. miami takes the game, 88-86. they lead the series now 2-1. >>> 66 degrees outside. >> coming up next, taking a trip to a different dallas and back in time. >> first >>> monday morning 4:53. get ready for more heat and humidity later this week. pleasant today overall. we are starting the day with a little fog. for miles visibility at dulles airport. 3.5 and -- 2.5 miles in hagerstown. relative humidity up to 100% in some locations such as adelphi and la plata. that indicates the
dominique strauss- kahn. police believe it was a false alarm. officers of searched the home and found nothing out of place or missing. strauss, quit his post at the imf after he was accused of sexually assaulting a new york hotel maid. he remains under arrest in manhattan. >>> as much as you would like this to go away, the twitter controversy surrounding congressman anthony wiener is still grabbing attention. he did a round of interviews yesterday trying to clear the air about a photograph that was sent from his twitter account to a college student in colorado. the photo shows a man with bulging underpants. congressmen wiener says he is not sure if the photograph is actually him. >> we are trying to find out where the photograph came from and whether it was manipulated. >> congressman wenner has hired a private security firm to look into the incident. when asked why he did not report be happening to police, he said he did not want to make a federal crime out of it. >>> mitt romney is making official his bid for the white house. he is expected to say that president obama has failed ame
and will be the first woman to leave the fund. she replaces dominate strauss -- dominique strauss-kahn. >>> on prices in major cities have risen for the first time in eight months. -- home prices have risen. six metro areas are at the lowest levels. last month they dropped to a nine-year low. >>> the white house is proposing new mileage sandridge. cars and light trucks would have to average 56.2 miles per gallon by 2025. the current standard is 30 miles. the obama administration pitched the idea with general motors, ford, and chrysler last week. it entered the -- they want to reduce dependence. >>> coming up, one local station is still charging $1 more than others. >> more comfortable conditions headed our way. >> the u.s. women get a kick out of the first game. the wizards show their new players, and a new favorite. all coming up later on sports. >>> gas prices are coming down, but apparently not for one maryland gas station. >> today the national average for 1 gallon of gas is $3.55 but we discovered one gas station where prices are way up. pamela brown is in maryland. >> she says she used to like
sexual assault cases in new york. the one involving dominique strauss-kahn and another one, a former egyptian banker. >>> a pop sensation was lined up to deliver an antibullying speech. gaga backed out. an impersonator talked to the kids. the impersonator talked to the kids via messages instead of speaking. the district sent a letter of apology to the schools. >>> nice day today! >> you know, it's interesting. i was just checking out the harbor camera. i went to ocean city last weekend. >> you did! >> yeah, we have the sea dog. well, the boat is the place to be when it's this nice. >> yeah, that's all it took you. >> yeah, ten minutes -- you're in delaware and what happened. well, it was cool stuff. i'll tell you, we have good, smooth sailing. it looks like the temperatures will cooperate and not get too hot. keep it going. >> well, it looks like the water taxi. >> that's slow for you, right? >> well, today would be the day to take the water taxi over the regular taxi. 86 degrees and wind at west, northwest at 14. the barometric pressure is on the rise. it's what we had today. trees
is the deadline for nominating a new head to the international monetary fund, to replace dominique strauss-kahn, the man charged with sexually assaulting a hotel maid in new york. the incident has started a lot of soul searching in his native france and anthony mason is in paris. >> reporter: in france, his face stares out from every newsstand. as one headline put it "his affair has changed everything." >> i think it's a wakeup call. >> reporter: laurence parisot a business owner and head of france's biggest business coalition, is one of the most powerful women in the country. >> this kind of situation, we didn't even dare to denounce it. i think now with this affair, we will dare to denounce that. >> reporter: at first, the french were angry at america for embarrassing a man many thought would be their next president. but as some french men rushed to defend strauss-kahn's behavior, a backlash began to build. french women got angry. the d.s.k. affair has provoked a national soul searching about sexism in french society. >> we are in a mattress society where the men are there and the women are t
of the former imf chief, this is him inside court, dominique strauss- kahn. he just pled not guilty to charges of raping a new york city hotel maid. some of the lawyers are talking about the proceedings that have been at the arraignment. let's listen in for a second. >> we are from the law firm thomson would door. [inaudible] >> is there any sort sort of settlement that has been offered? if >> i will not comment on that. >> my client is not actively working. she was sexually assaulted and is traumatized. >> will she take any money in lieu of a settlemena settlemento trial? >> she wants her voice to be heard, for the world to understand that she is a woman of dignity and respect >>. hawk you are listening to one of the attorneys representing the new york city hotel worker who was allegedly attacked by the former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn. he just pled not guilty in a new york city court to the charges on his arraignment. kron 4 morning news will be right back. her home and >> taking a look at the 7 day around the bay forecast. we will of the sun this coming weekend. >> all eyes on wall s
. the organization needs to replace dominique strauss-kahn charged with sexually assaulting a maid in new york. in his homeland there france, this incident has launched a national movement over sexism. >> reporter: in france his face looks out from every news stand. dsk has changed everything. >> a very noisy wakeup call. >> reporter: a business owner and head of france's biggest business coalition is one of the most powerful women in the country. >> this kind of situation, we didn't dare to denounce it. i think now with this we will denounce it. >> reporter: at first the french were angry at america for embarrassing a man many thought would be their next president. but as some french men rush to defend strauss-kahn's behavior, a backlash began to build. french women got angry. the dsk affair has provoked a national soul searching about sexism in french society. >> we live in a society where the men are there and the women are there. we know that. we see that every day. >> reporter: editor in chief of a magazine. >> do you think something will change because of this? >> i think there will be a
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